Girl's Bubble Gum Necklace Tutorial

So remember the freezer paper stenciled favor bags I shared the other day? Well, I mentioned I was working on a little something-something to go in these favor bags. Say hello to these sweet girl bubble gum necklaces!

how to make bubble gum necklaces



Interested in making some fun bubble gum necklaces yourself?
They are super easy to put together
(the only hard part is piercing the gumball with out destroying it!) 
and you can mix & match
the colors to spice things up a bit.

How to Make Bubble Gum Necklaces

How to Make Bubble Gum Necklaces

Step 1: Pierce a hole on one side of the gumball using a metal skewer, or knitting needle, or get totally creative & crazy and use a meat thermometer as I did {a clean one of course!}. Avoid piercing the hole all the way through, otherwise the gumball will just crack in half.

Step 2: Flip the the gumball over and pierce a hole on the other side.
Try to line this hole up with the first hole you pierced on the other side.

Step 3: String your ribbon through the hole using a long needle.
The thicker the ribbon the harder it is to loop through.

Step: Tie the ends of your ribbon into a bow.
To fancy things up tie a coordinating bow around the necklace near
the bubblegum.
DIY Bubble gum necklace
I found the bubblegum at our local Party City.
They have a variety of fun colors to choose from.

These are my little Valentine treats I made up to send to my nieces & to give to one of our little neighborhood friends.
I know they say diamonds are a girl's best friend but I'm thinking for the 10 & younger crowd it may be something like bubble gum & unicorns.....oh, and that Justin Bieber kid.

Valentine's crafts to make
diy Valentine craft ideas
  Pretty enough to wear or eat!
Next week I hope to share the Valentine I'm working on for my nephew.
See you on the flip side.









16 comments

Heather J said...

adorable! such a fun idea.

Style Journey said...

This is such a cute idea! I have a seven year old who would love this. Totally making one of these. Thanks for the inspiration! Heather

Lauren said...

These are so stinkin' cute! My little girl would love it.

I hope you'll link up at Off the Hook!

Tonii said...

This is pure genius...and darling too!! My little girls would go crazy for a necklace like this, thanks for the great idea!!

Elise@growcreative said...

These are so dang cute! I love the necklaces and the bags. Nice color choices!

Regina of Live Delightfully said...

How totally cute!!! You definitely get the award for best aunt ever. :)

Michelle Paige said...

Love the colors of the necklaces and the bags. Absolutely precious! They'll love them! What a sweet aunt you are.

Val said...

This is awesome and a great project for me to do with my little girl.

Gina Gao said...

This seems like such a fun project to do! Thanks for introducing it.

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Stephanie @ Henry Happened said...

This is genius! Caroline would love to make - and then later I'm pretty sure she would eat it :)

Katie said...

this is SO cute!! my niece would love this!

Kristin said...

So this little cuties at The Frugal Girls. Love it. Pinned!

Designed Decor said...

Such a cute necklace, I love the bow! I just started a new link party and would love for you to come over and share your post or any social media sites. Talkin’ About Thursday - http://designeddecor.com/talkin-about-thursday-link-party-5/
DeDe@DesignedDecor

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Adorable!! And just a perfect little gift for Valentine's Day! Have a great weekend :)

Kelly said...

This is TOO sweet. I can't even stand it. LOVE!

Kelly @ View Along the Way
www.viewalongtheway.com

Designed Decor said...

Thanks for linking up! I hope to see you Thursday! Have a great week!

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